Lenore Carrero Nesbitt

Personal

Birthday: 
7/19/1932
Birthplace: 
Miami, FL
Date of Death: 
10/6/2001
Place of Death: 
Coral Gables, FL
Race or Ethnicity: 
Hispanic
Gender: 
Female
Prior Employment: 

Research assistant, Florida District Court of Appeal, First District, 1957-1959
Private practice, Miami, Florida, 1960-1963, 1969-1975
Special assistant attorney general, State of Florida, 1961-1963
Research assistant, Circuit Court of Florida, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, 1963-1965
Counsel, Florida State Board of Medical Examiners, 1970-1971
Judge, Circuit Court of Florida, Eleventh Judicial Circuit, 1975-1982

Education

Name of School: 
Stephens College
Degree: 
A.A.
Degree Year: 
1952
Name of School - Second: 
Northwestern University
Degree - Second: 
B.S.
Degree Year - Second: 
1954
Name of School - Third: 

University of Miami School of Law

Founded in 1996, the School of Law's Center for Ethics and Public Service is an interdisciplinary clinical program devoted to the values of ethical judgement, professional responsibility, and public service in law and society. The Center's in-house clinics and educational programs provide legal representation to low-income communities in the fields of children's rights, public health entitlements, and nonprofit economic development, as well as legal ethics education and professional training to the Law School, University, and Florida business, civic, and legal communities. The Center observes three guiding principles: interdisciplinary collaboration, public-private partnership, and student mentoring and leadership training. Our goal is to educate law students to serve their communities as citizen lawyers.

Degree - Third: 
LL.B.
Degree Year - Third: 
1957

Judicial Career

Court Name: 
U. S. District Court, Southern District of Florida
Court Name: 

Florida Southern District Court

President Nominating: 
Ronald Reagan
Party Affiliation of President: 
Republican
Commission Date: 
11/16/1983
Retirement from Active Service: 
7/19/1998
Termination Date: 
10/6/2001
Termination Reason: 
Death
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